Some Observations Concerning the Plague: Occasion'd By, and with Some Reference To, the Late Ingenious Discourse of the Learned Dr. Mead, Concerning Pestilential Contagion, and the Methods to Prevent It. By a Well-wisher to the Publick, Volume 7
Printed at Dublin: and reprinted for J. Roberts, London, 1721 - 27 pages
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